MHG Hotels Set to Open SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Kansas City’S Country Club District

USA, Kansas City, Missouri. August 21, 2019

Marriott International announced today that the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Kansas City Country Club District is scheduled to open on Tuesday, July 9, 2019. The 96-suite hotel, located at 4500 Madison Avenue, will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by MHG Hotels, LLC of Indianapolis, Indiana.

The SpringHill Suites Kansas City Country Club District is located just 15 minutes from downtown Kansas City and 23 miles from the Kansas City International Airport. The all-suite hotel offers guests convenient access to Country Club Plaza, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Kansas City Zoo and the River Market area.

"As a brand opening a new hotel every 10 days on average, we are delighted that the SpringHill Suites Kansas City Country Club District is the latest addition to our growing number of properties across the United States and Canada," said Janis Milham, senior vice president and global brand leader, Classic Select Brands. "Our all-suite offering, and convenient amenities offer guests a little extra to help them enjoy their stay. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, we understand that guests want to connect to the local area. We make it our business to help them do that by offering our local expertise, and bringing the community into the hotel through our 24/7 market and lobby bar."

Ideal for business and leisure travelers alike, the new hotel offers a little extra space with suites larger than a typical hotel room. Separate living, working and sleeping spaces provide guests with flexibility and functionality. The hotel offers comfortable beds, soft linens and plush pillows to allow for an optimum night's sleep. Each suite also features the SpringHill Suites' custom, three-in-one, West Elm sofa which converts from a sofa to a daybed to a trundle bed - without sacrificing its stylish good looks, along with a stylish West Elm Swivel Chair offering additional space for relaxation. The designated work space offers a well-lit desk space to ensure maximum productivity for those who need to get down to business. Other room amenities include a walk-in closet, a mini-fridge, a microwave, a dry bar and a spa-like bathroom.

From the guest rooms to the lobby, every aspect of design, from furniture and lighting, to colors and fabrics; has been carefully selected to offer calm and refreshing spaces to allow guests to relax and recharge. Featuring a brand new design that adds depth and sophistication to the décor, the hotel's lobby is a great venue for conducting casual meetings or simply to socialize with SpringHill Suites' enhanced evening experience.

The daily complimentary breakfast is filled with hot, healthy and indulgent choices including fresh strawberries, steel cut oatmeal, cold cuts, cheeses and much more. This is SpringHill Suites' way of making sure guests have a good start to their day. The hotel also provides business services, complimentary Wi-Fi, same-day dry cleaning, guest laundry facilities, a 24/7 Market, valet parking, a meeting room, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center and a full-service lobby bar.

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